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Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - January 19, 1904, Boston, Massachusetts For Your Wloiiiey Put Your Ads In the Cobe Best and Quickest J n the Globe During Clobe Wants Pay Try it VOI TUESDAY MORN JANUARY BY NEWSPAPEft JLWU Another cold with tho ther mometer making an effort to reach the zero mark and a piercing northwest wind blowing an ISlcnot sent shiv ers down the backs of Bostonians yes terday and aroused them to the fact although the January thaw has been there is yet plenty at zero Weather In Since the recordbreaking day of two weeks when the mercury dropped to several degrees people in this vioinlty have bean having rather mild weathor but according to the weather the man who was loudest In his complaints against the slush will today have the opportunity to growl about the severity of the Up north at the real article was dealt out and last night the glass at that point read K below at it read 20 The freezing point was reached yesterday as far ttouth as North Caro There is a low pressure ot central ovor South tho high est prcKStiio registered was lils Locally the cold yosttrday equalled the best record made for JanIS since when 1 above was tho That point was reached at just 10 last and at 2 this morning it was 4 bolow with Indications that the mercury would go points Early risers yesterday awoke to real ize it was cold and tho army of workmen early abroad save evidence of the fact In their doublequick step over the slippery Tho drop in tho temperature was steady from H Sunday when the glass regis tered 18 to S yesterday morning when It was G Then it rose steadily until 3 In the It reached 14 Then It turned and came down with a At 5 p m the reading was 10 in the next hour then was a drop of four At S oclock the of ficial figure was 5 above at 9 oclock It was 4 and the hour that followed saw a tumble of three degrees to 1 Late at night the barometer rapidly with every Indica tion that the mercury would go several degrees below the zero The weather bureau predicts rising temperature for with fresh northwest diminishing In ZERO AfPBOVI Oyster Business Again 500 Men Being Out of Frozen Once Jan cold wave has spread all over Rhode Continued OH tlie TIiiiMl 5306 DEATHS FROM Giiilfoy of New York Hcultli Deiuiiliiiciti UivcH WnrniiifS In the Ireseut During the year 1902 there were 6306 deaths from pneumonia In New York City last year in greater New York the remarkable figure of 9377 deaths was The record of 272 pneumonia victims in New York in one week the past month is in a fair way to be judging from the official As Registrar of Records of the Depart ment of says The public should be especially careful during the present epidemic to avoid and to use every possible means to preserve the general Father Johns which is endorsed by physicians and has been In use for fifty and will prevent Captain Allen Hodge of Washington says Father Johns Medicine cured ine of a bad attack of pneumonia and sur prised my who said the Medicine should be In every Its gentle laxative effect strengthens the stomach and starts the whole system working MEXICOS SCENIC BEAUTIES are seen in all their glories by the tourists who go over the Iron Moun tain over 300 miles therefore about 36 hours quicker than any other 192 Washington will send rates and booklets to any FROM THE BLANK BOOK CASH And Evory Form of ACCOUNT Hltlbt Hlglit BEALE 0 108 If You Cant Take Old Fashioned Cod Liver Oil or Emulsions Try r As delicious as a fresh and guaranteed to contain all the medicinal curative elements of cod liver but not a drop of yon dont like it we will return b Druggists Xrude MARRIAGE WILL Miss Estelle Annette Pizzini to be the Bride of Mr George Sprague of Lost Boy at ChardonSt Cannot Make the Host of His Says His Home Is Near the Big The little fellow who was nicked up by a policeman noar the Batteryst sta tion of the elevated Saturday and who is so tiny that ho cannot pro nounce his own name Is still a ward at the Chardonst and It Is now thought that ho must bo an abandoned MISS ESTELLE ANNETTE PIZZINI OF Must Pay and 1 Miss Estello Annette the youngest and only unmarried daughter of Capt and Mrs Andrew flMinl of will be married In April to Mr George Everett Sprague of Mr Sprague a member the Algon quin club of the Boston athlotio the Oxford club oC tho Cor inthian yacht club of JMarblehead country club of Swampscott and Salem country club of Ho is treasurer of tho Spragiie Breed coal Lynn treasurer of Breed Brown and president of tho Burnham coal Mr Sprague Is an enthusiastic automobilist and owns several line ma Miss Pizzini is not only fond of but lias carried off several ribbons at horse Her skilful driving at tracts much attention wherever she ap Miss Pizzini rides as well as she She is also an expert at but horses and athletic sports are not her only Her mezzosoprano voice has already been cultivated abroad and she plays well on the piano and several string She has vis ited many foreign lands and been all over her own Boforo her marrliigo will likely visit New Florldnnnd Cuba with Mr and Mrs Alexander Mac Adam i Mrs who is a social leader In j hi a sister of Miss who a few years ago married into a I ts Since that time j Miss Pizzlni has spent much time j Mr Spragues bride is Just i Tho wedding will be as the fam ily Is in Capt Andrew t her is descended from a of distinction in and Is one of best known hav I ing first Introduced the electric railway J and lights Into that southern and j is connected with many progressive movements in being president of few less than a dozen di rector in several banks and prominent I In industrial Capt Plzzlnl served gallantly In tho confederate army was wounded in tho famous charge of the Virginia cadets at and was promoted to a captaincy on the field of Her Mrs is still noted for hur She is not only a thor oughly accomplished but quints especially Her tapestry work is Jan for mer treasurer of the city of is indicted un B5 counts for the embez zlement of bonds of that Ills had been under consideration by the grand jury of Essex county for three and tho findings of the jury were submitted to the superior court at this The indictments allege embezzlement of worth of and worth of bonds on subsequent In the several counts are enumer ated the Issue and value of bonds Since the arrest of Glinos he has been at liberty under bonds and was not In court this afternoon when the grand jury its Lost Boy at the OlmrrlonSt Whom Nobody CITY MUST STAND Such Opinion of Haverhill Lawyers and City Jan was learned here today officially that ExCity Treas Continued on the Third Yesterday Miss matron at tho spent some time with the young ster and together they tried to mako out where his home He didnt know the he told the and emphasized the information with one fat little linger raised to her that hiss house has only ono front Now dont you suppose you can find it ho Me gavo a good description of the en trance to the Kast tunnel at Maverick which he is noar His He toki of going a little way from his house and looking Into the big hole with a high fence around and looked earnestly Into the matrons face as he asked her if she knew what it He is anxious to go back to his home and tried to tell tho matron all that he can about His father keeps a shop he but he never was there and dont know where It is or what Its Ho has considerable trouble In pro nouncing his He tries hard and scowls over but the matron Imtnt been able yet to make out whether It Is McGllnchey or His first name Is He can say that all and seems to think that that ought to help in finding where he lives together with tho fact that his house has only one front He Is quite Continued OM the Flftli WILLIAM Allns the Hotel Who Escaped from tho Hnmpdcn Couuty Jnn TODAYS Page William the Springfield fugi arrested In N ExCity Treasurer Glines of Haver hill indicted by grand jury at Salem on 55 counts for embezzlement city may lose heavily as result of Soo Moody asks Kittery navy yard authorities for estimate of cost of re building tho frigate in or der that he may ask congress for an Miss Estelle Annette Pizzini of Rich mond and George Sprague of Lynn to be married Lost boy at the Chardonst homo re mains without anyone to claim Cold wave sweeps New England 4 be lowzero in Boston at 2 this Pagt 345 Crew of schooner Emelia saves three fishermen from drowning off liace point pilot boat sinks fisherman off Maine coast other marine Refusal of a Brockton young man at the last to wed tho girl ho had Chief of Police Cunningham of asked to resign by Mayor refuses to Nearly 30 drowned and buildings destroyed by bursting of a Ieservolr tit Orange rivor TODAYS GLOBE TODAYS GLOBE It will nourish and itis tain yon Oa diatiglit and in bottles everywhere If You Cant Take Old Fashioned Cod Liver Oil or Emulsions Try As delicious afresh and guaranteed to contain all the medicinal curative elementa of cod liver but not a drop of Try you dont like it we will return JAYNES Druggists Trade Piige Frederick Bates held on charge of larceny of books from the public library Hawthornes Panshawe to be returned Inspectors Leggett and Glld whoso resignations have been re to leave the department Feb Hotter outlook for peace at St Peters as It is regarded as certjJn tliat the war party is out ot favor at present czar suid to have declared that all danger of a conilict Is now Mrs Jennlo burned to death In her room at 8 Pembroke Gcoryo Francis Train dies in New Itigre Wellesk club takes up the subject of tramps and their at its Janu ary Stale senata adopts the now rules Kev Horlou officiates as chaplain for tho first Panama canal treaty before the sen ate three perfecting amendments re ported Morgan lights for further de Report that Pierce will go to far east as special envoy in case of war absolutely without Boston building trades council calls a meeting to act on tho alleged charges by Pres Bliot of Fortyfirst annual reunion and ball of the waiters benevolent association at tracts 2000 i IYatiklin typographical society cele brates the birthday of Benjamin Frank James Owens of Lowell discusses Blondina Hearing on charges against the Fitz gerald brothers of the Brighton hotel postponed by board of police at reciuest of State board of gaa and electric light names Hum phreys of New York as Its expert In matters pertdining to proposed consoli Piiae Frank ani Dennis car crushed to death in railroad yard noar me Nortlj Waleott defeats Charley Haghey in three rounds at New Bedford Hughoy McGovern easily wins from Griff Jones at Tammany Bryan entertained at dinner In Lin by 700 democrats Us deflant speech highly Sore Throats Are Lung Kuro soothes and h eals sore If You Cant Take Od Fashioned Cod Liver or Emulsions Try As delicious as a fresh and guaranteed to contain all the medicinal curative elements of cod liver hut not a drop of Try yon dont like it we will return money JAYNES Druggists Irade Michigan men Invite Roosevelt to at tend celebration of 50th anniversary of the birth of the republican party ho accept If IHKK accepts report of committee in KellherConry contest examiner Castle dismissed from customs Torpedo boat destroyer flotilla arrives the thus ending its longest stretch on trip to the Puise David plaintiff in an action for damages against the Boston Ele vated railway arrested on chargo of perjury In the sixth session of the superior Board of aldermen takes up the sub ject of double time for Sunday and night work for street and Supt Donovan explains matters to com mittee on public Nathan Matthews argues the East Boston land company oaso before Hon James Dunbar Mayor Roswell Wood of Haverhill completely exonerated by grand at Ht Louis Judge decides that medical college has no jurisdiction over the heart affairs of its May FIsk begs to be allowed to serve lovers sentence at Page Attractions at the Convention of the state branch of the Carpenters and joiners of America in Hoadley building at New Haven with loss of TODAYS GLOBE Pase Missing couple locat ed at Lynn priest complains of teachings of a Lynn school teacher on Alderman Young of Chelsea apolo gizes for unparliamentary language used by him at a meeting an and is restored to his privileges on the Opening of the annual convention of miners In Indianapolis Pres Mitchell urges the delegates to bo Mr and Mrs Charles French of Bast Boston celebrate golden Cornelius Tirrell of South Woymouth Celebrates his S5th Lie frequently passed in tho boot and workers convention over the St Louis Another agreement between the per sons interested In tho Arioch Went wortii will drawn Students of Missouri university vote to limit themselves to two meals a THE Jan for Tuesday and Wed nesday For New W i e 1 a n a i r Tuesday and Wed nesday warmer Wednesday fresh northwest Financial and commercial Wall st has a rumor that the copper war between Amalgamated and Heinzu has been Paso Household dally in history and boys and girls PilgfC Last nights Comiskey speaks plainly about the Sunday gamus proposition at Ridge N New Kngland alumni association of the has Its annual dinner at the University Amateur bouts at the Roanoke and1 News of the water Real estate Alleged Clinton holdup man held for grand For Ailing Children Will make them strong and It is a delicious preparation of cod liver without Children love We return your money If H JAYNES Druggists AIR Local forecast for Boston and vicinity fair weather Tues day and Wednes day Wed fresh north west dimin The temperature as Indi cated by tho thermometer at Thompson spa 3 a m 6 a m 0 a m 12 rn 3 p m 6 p m a p m 12 mid 0 average temperature yesterday 7 Tho temperature as registered In the following cities at last evening Mont real Nantucket New York WaRlilnnton Atlanta Savannah Jacksonville New Orleans St Louis Chicago St Paul Bis marck Denver The Globes special for Wed nesday and pnrt cloudy to probably rain or snow In western warmer Thurs day except probably rain or wnow in northern colder during even ing and night southerly to westerly If You Cant Take Old Fashioned Cod Liver OH or Emulsions Try As delicious as a fresh and guaranteed to contain all the medicinal curative elements of cod liver but not a drop of Try you dont it we will return THE FRIGATE CONSTITUTION SHOWING HBH HEELS TO BRITISH SQUADRON EARLY IN THE WAR OF Jan Moody has afked the Kittery navy yard au thorities for an estimate for the re btilldlnL of the historic frigate Consti because the Massachusetts his torical society and other patriotic per sons are determined to prevent the old vessel from goinfe to tho junk The vessel cannot be rebuilt without an express appropriation from the navy department having no funds which could be applied to that A bill to rebuild the vessel is now pending before congress and the navy department has been asked to furnish the cost of tho jecessary It has leen reported that the old ship Is rotting at her deck at Charlestown and that it would bo unsafe to remove her in her present and that unless somelhhiK is soon done the vessel will drop to See Moody is in favor of rebuilding the but hu can do nothing until congress authorizes the Maurice COVERS ALL Inquiry Asks Not Only an Estimate of but What Has Al ready Been N Jan re ceiut ot an inquiry from the navy de partment regarding the old frigate Con which lay hero many years and was removed to Boston during tho last administration by order of See leads to the belief that the gov ernment will soon order tho rebuilding of the old The liuiuiry from the navy depart ment covers the original cost ot the the amount spent in re and requests estimates on the cost of rebuilding the old Carpenters Union Condemns Boston carpenters union 33 last night condemned Pres Eliot for his recent utterances regarding the building trades unions of this The resolution stated that the union had the fullest confidence in the Integrity of its business agent in particular and business agents In Tho union appropriated for benefits to sick and disabled Fire in supposed to have been caused by an overheated today destroyed the building occupied by Copland wholesale hats and caps Hawthorn trunks and bags Rosen and the King Loss Midshipmen Jan ISThe president has made the following appointments Dont Be Get Strong The new and delicious cod liver oil makes red and is the greatest strength creator known to We return your money if it JAYNES Druggists Trade of midshipmen Robert Morris Em son of Col Rowan Palmer son of Capt retired Henry Meade son of Rear Admiral Jannis Littleton Walter Tazewell son of Col Holbrook Gib son of Rear Admiral Gib intificaiion lade by CAPT JOHN NELSON Commander of Fishing Schooner Re liance Seriously Injured by Fall Ing at T Capt John Nelson of the fishing schooner which arrived at T wharf was seriously If not fatally injured by falling between tho pier and his He was removed to the relief Smiles WhenFaced N Jan turnkey of the Hampclen county Jail at at oclock this morn ing identified the man arrested here yes terday afternoon as William alias the famous hotel swindler and forger who escaped from the jail on Jan The news of theIdentification was tel ephoned to Sheriff Clark in Spring field this Col Clark had previously talked with Continued on the Tlilrd from Egypt Smokes EGYPTIAN CIGARETTES 10 for 15 Cork Tipa or Save the For Colds and Bronchitis Is not a but a cure for the Nqver upsets the stom but strengthens and We return your money if it JAYNES Druggists To Strengthen Old People Repairs worn checks the natural and replaces with We return your money If It JAYNES Druggists
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